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Crowne Plaza Hotel Ft. Lauderdale Airport/Cruise

Crowne Plaza Hotel Ft. Lauderdale Airport/Cruise Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Crowne Plaza Hotel Fort Lauderdale is a mid-range, 148-room hotel. With its close proximity to the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Port Everglades, it's a popular hotel choice for business travelers and other short-term guests. While not in an exciting neighborhood (views are industrial), the hotel offers access to a well-kept fitness center, swimming pool, and Latin American restaurant/bar, making it a convenient option. Rooms are spacious and modern, with bright pops of color and elegant bathroom sinks. Other similarly priced hotels, including the Holiday Inn and Hyatt Place, offer the same amenities and proximity to the airport/cruise port, along with easier access to shops and restaurants on 17th Street.
B Ocean Resort Fort Lauderdale

B Ocean Resort Fort Lauderdale Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Originally the Yankee Clipper and then the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel, the sleek and modern hotel became the B Ocean Resort Fort Lauderdale in 2014. Spread over four towers, the hotel boasts two pool decks, a private stretch of sand along the public beach (complete with free lounge chairs and daybeds for rent), and an outpost of the trendy Dos Caminos Mexican restaurant. The hotel's age still shows in certain places though, and the guest rooms and bathrooms are fairly standard; however, these factors make it less expensive, and it's a good value for all you're getting.
Ocean Manor Resort

Ocean Manor Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 88-room Ocean Manor Resort is a budget option located on the beach in northern Fort Lauderdale. Rooms fall into two categories: renovated and un-renovated. Un-renovated rooms have few amenities and dated decor; bathrooms have old fixtures and tiles. Renovated rooms, like the penthouse, are much more modern and appealing. In 2012, a few more rooms underwent renovation on the Travel Channel show Hotel Impossible, receiving contemporary artwork, crisp white linens, and in some cases, fresh coats of paint. However, the old tube TVs and some worn furnishings remain. Hotel features include free Wi-Fi, a nice pool, and airport shuttle on request (for a fee). There's also a decent sushi bar and a tiki bar that draws the locals. While this hotel has certainly seen better days, it is an average pick for a budget traveler that wants to be on the beach.
Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale Airport-North

Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale Airport-North Rating: 3.0 Pearls

As at other Hyatt Places, the Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale's lobby is best described as "Starbucks chic," with warm colors and a prominent 24-hour cafe. Rooms are large and contemporary (if not quite stylish) and all have separate living areas and flat-screen TVs. The location is convenient for business travelers making a quick trip and people going on cruises leaving from Fort Everglades, and freebies (breakfast, Wi-Fi, self-parking) add value -- but it's not on the beach, unlike most Fort Lauderdale hotels.
Hampton Inn Ft Lauderdale Airport North Cruise Port

Hampton Inn Ft Lauderdale Airport North Cruise Port Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Hampton Inn Ft. Lauderdale Airport North Cruise Port is a 109-room value hotel. With close proximity to the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and cruise ship dock, Port Everglades, it’s a good choice for short-term guests pre- or post-cruise, as well as business travelers. The location isn’t the most desirable, with a shopping center across the street and a large parking lot surrounding the grounds; nothing much is within walking distance. The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, but no on-site restaurant, although there is a gift shop with snacks. There is a free buffet-style breakfast every morning. The rooms are basic but clean, with a cookie-cutter style that could belong in any of the chain’s hotels nationwide.
By Eddy Motel

By Eddy Motel Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The 16-unit By Eddy Motel is a budget hotel located in the Fort Lauderdale area. The fact that it’s close to the beach, but not on the beach, makes it more affordable than nearby properties. Rooms are spacious and, while somewhat sparsely decorated, have flat-screen TVs and kitchenettes with full fridges. There's no on-site restaurant, but the property is located close to a grocery store, and there is a grill on-site for guest use. Grounds are well-kept, with potted tropical plants and a pleasantly shaded courtyard next to the heated outdoor pool. Rates are low compared to other nearby hotel properties in Fort Lauderdale.

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  • Beach
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
  • Cabanas at Pool
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Brands

  • Hyatt Place
  • Sheraton
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